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Reduced Entry Fees at Some Copenhagen Sights through August 6

I'm doing research for a 2021 trip to Northern Europe. On the Copenhagen Card website I encountered this statement: "Unfortunately it is not possible to buy Copenhagen Cards from June 27 - August 6, as several museums and attractions offer 50% discount of the entry price during this period. We refer to the specific attraction's website for ticket information."

So anyone (Canadians? UK residents? expats living in Europe?) planning to visit Copenhagen in July or early August may get some bargains. Travelers with trips spanning August 6 should research their target sights to figure out which ones are best visited early, before the entry fees go back up.

I've been wondering whether there would be any reductions offered during the early post-lockdown period, but this is the first evidence I've seen that it may happen. However, I haven't spent much time on sightseeing websites yet.

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The discounts you're mentioning won't be there in 2021.

The 50% discount on some culture and art is part of an economic stimulus package from the parliament, the so-called 'summer package', aiming to mitigate the negative impacts of the economic crisis following COVID-19. The goal of the summer package is to incentivise Danes, and maybe some other Europeans, to spend their summer vacation in Denmark in 2020 (only 2020). Expect prices to be back to normal in 2021.

Posted by
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I know. I just thought a few folks (not US residents) might be able to benefit this summer. And I do wonder whether the same thing might be happening in other cities. Nice for those who can take advantage of it.